A lawsuit was filed Tuesday by a Santa Ynez Valley group seeking to overturn the federal government’s decision to take the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians’ Camp 4 property into trust for the tribe. (Click Here to Read Full Article)
A Santa Ynez Valley group and three neighbors of land known as Camp 4 have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the decision to take 1,400 acres into trust on behalf of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash of Indians.
Meanwhile, an attorney for another neighbor, the Crawford family’s San Lucas Ranch, renewed objections to an agreement between Santa Barbara County and the tribe.
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